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The First Sex: The Natural Talents of Women and How They Are Changing the World

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"Tomorrow belongs to women," notes celebrated anthropologist Helen Fisher. In her explosive new book, The First Sex, she illustrates this enticing assertion. Drawing on original research, Fisher reveals how women and their natural talents are changing the world, making them ideal leaders and successful shapers of business and society--today and on into the twenty-first cen ...more
ebook, 400 pages
Published September 29th 2010 by Ballantine Books (first published 1999)
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ضهرا درعلی
اون فصل های اول یکم مطالب تکراری بود برام که درباره تفاوت های زنان و مردان و نحوه تربیت اوناتو دوران کودکی و...بود بعد فهمیدم که این نباید تکراری باشه!اون مطالبی که قبلا مشابه این خوندم تکراری بودن و خیلی احساس میکم منبع اون کتابا این کتاب بوده!
احساس میکنم خیلی بهم کمک کرد,مثلا اینکه زن ها و مردا واقعا باهم تفاوت دارن!اینکه ما بخوایم تو جامعه اونارو کاملا برابر بدونم حتی ممکنه به ضرر خانوم ها تموم بشه!ما باید تفاوت هارو درک کنیم و به اونا "احترام"بزاریم.
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Charity Finnestad
My first girl power book. After coming out of a religious family where women are second class citizens required to submit to men, this book was a blast of fresh air!
Hakan Jackson
It's a bit dated, none the less this book is still filled with interesting facts.
Christina Mitchell
I am not going to say that this book should be passed up. I actually very much enjoy Helen Fisher and her anthropological work the incorporates biology and sociology. This book is simply at bit dated, and reads as such. The items of most interest were those related to the differences between women and men based on sound biological and anthropological evidence. Women and men lived in egalitarian societies up until the invention of the plow and the introduction of farming. Women and men solve prob ...more
Bruce Willams
One of Fischer's earlier explorations into the the evolution, bio-chemistry and neurology of love, leadership and relationships - and her argument that women have particular abilities well suited to contemporary global culture and the future of human development.
Este fue uno de los primeros libros que leí cuando entré a la prepa y fue solo para un trabajo escolar, pero aparte de eso me gusto.
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Helen E. Fisher is an anthropology professor and human behavior researcher at the Rutgers University and is one of the major researchers in the field of romantic interpersonal attraction.Prior to becoming a research professor at Rutgers University, she was a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

By many accounts, Fisher is considered the world’s leading expe
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